Date: October 20, 2007 7:00 am
Location: Hyatt Regency, New Brunswick, NJ
Having raced their way into the record books or helped promote the sport, this year’s honorees include former many-time national champion Dale Stetina; women’s road racing great Nancy Burghart Haviland; 1930s six-day bicycle racing legend Cecil Yates; Olympian and Tour de France team manager Tom Schuler; BMX racing pioneer Bernie Anderson and former United States Cycling Federation and U.S. Olympic team official William Lambart. The U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame is pleased to be partnering again this year with the International Cycling Center (ICC) of Allentown, Pa., to conduct the awards ceremony. The ICC shares a common goal with the Hall of Fame: to preserve the history of bicycle racing as well as promote cycling in all forms. The ICC will be presenting its Lifetime Achievement Award to Liggett.